in cooperation with the International Committee of Red Cross and within Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Quneitra branch seeking to alleviate sufferings of displaced people, SARC’s water and sanitation teams finished rehabilitation inadequate buildings that located to the west of United Nation point at Khan Arnabeh area. The work lasted for 33 days where the team installed doors, sinks, in addition to plumbing and lighting the apartments to facilitate 55 person life.
Water and Sanitation teams in Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in cooperation with International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) managed to install two electricity generating sets in Al-Hassakeh on 17-18 July 2016. The first set (1.650 KVA) was installed in Alook project station due to the dire need for water and the lack of its resources there. The station which would secure clean water for more than 500.000 beneficiaries in Tall Al-Tammer, Al-Hool and other rural areas there. The second set (1.000 KVA) was installed in Al-Hassakeh grain mill that would secure flour and support many public and private… Read More »
SARC – Aleppo efforts paid off and lead to resume pumping of water from its main source after two days of continuous work to repair a 1000 KVA generator in Ain Al-Bayda pumping station. The generator was repaired in collaboration with UNICEF .
Damascus , 3 July 2016 Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) convoy came under fire on their way back from Rural Damascus on Wednesday, June 28, 2016. The teams were on a mission delivering humanitarian relief aid to Zamalka and Erbeen areas when their car was shot and had one of the staff hit though SARC’s emblem was clearly shown on mentioned car. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent calls on all parties to respect SARC emblem, to provide protection for SARC teams and enable them to carry out their humanitarian missions, which aimed to alleviate sufferings of the most vulnerable people. It is… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent Organization in cooperation with UN and the International Committee of the Red Cross delivered two humanitarian relief aid convoys to Zamalka, Erbeen and West Harasta areas on June 29, 2016. The first convoy (37 trucks) were loaded with 4000 food parcels, 2400 flour bags, medicines and nutrient items; while the second one (14 trucks) were loaded with 2500 food parcels, 1500 flour bags, 2500 canned food parcels, nutrients, medicines and other non-food items.